Now he's come back and said since he was lied to, by of course a Muslim, which they do ALL THE TIME now he's reconsidering.
Well I won't back down, you can stand me up in the gates of hell, but I'll stand my ground, well I won't back down..... Tom Petty
This is what's supposedly gone down:
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The anti-Muslim leader of a tiny Florida church backed off his threat to burn the Quran, defusing an international firestorm Thursday after he said he was promised that a planned Islamic center and mosque would be moved away from New York's ground zero. The imam planning the center, however, quickly denied such a deal. video
This man below looks pretty rational doesn't he? (In the 10th century perhaps)
The Pastor doesn't have to hang his head in shame for being provocative.
After all, he already proved one of his points as the Muslim radicals quickly headed down to their local flag depot and purchased the obligatory 'western flag collection' (very popular in the Middle east) and burned THEM in response to a Koran burning that won't take place.
They also burned a nice little effigy of him a couple days ago. Elsewhere, hundreds of angry Afghans burned an American flag and chanted "Death to the Christians" to protest the planned burning of Islam's holiest text.
After all, it's a Religion of peace ya know. ;)
More like animals just looking for reasons to cause mayhem and unrest, that's what he was trying to say along with warning that if indeed he 'did' give in, what's next? And he was right on both counts.
Islam is bullying the west through PC and white guilt to instill their culture without lifting a sword or finger to really do it. Typical bullies frankly.
Daily Herald : "GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The leader of a small Florida church that espouses anti-Islam philosophy says he is canceling plans to burn copies of the Quran on Sept. 11.
Pastor Terry Jones said Thursday that he decided to cancel his protest because the leader of a planned Islamic Center near ground zero has agreed to move its controversial location. The agreement couldn't be immediately confirmed.
Jones' plans to burn Islam's holiest text Saturday sparked an international outcry.
President Barack Obama, the top U.S. general in Afghanistan and several Christian leaders had urged Jones to reconsider his plans. They said his actions would endanger U.S. soldiers and provide a strong recruitment tool for Islamic extremists. Jones' protest also drew criticism from religious and political leaders from across the Muslim world.